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 i m  FEB  3-  <  1013  tt&vb  VOL V.   NO. 10.  KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1913.  $1.50 Per Annti  Meeting of  City Council  Government Telegraph Service  and the Okanagan Tele-'  phone Co.  The council met Friday morning  with a (ull attendance.  The agreement between the city  and the scavenger W. H. Paisley  was up (or consideration. The  agreement placed the remuneration a\ ' 3.66 per month, -1  same as\    ; year.  Aid. Calder asked whether there  was any clause in the agreement  prohibiting the scavenger (rom doing other work.  The Mayor replied in the nega.  tive. He said that lately Mr. Paisley had (ound it necessary to engage an assistant and purchase another team. His scavenger's salary  would not altogether warrant this  expenditure and he had to fill up  time with other work. He had  suggested that he be given the  street watering work (or the coming season, and the mayor said he  had promised the scavenger to  bring this suggestion be(ore the  council if the scavenging work was  done in a satisfactory manner.  The agreement was eventually  ratified and authority given for its  signature.  The manager of the Bank o  Montreal wrote asking the council  to pass a resolution arranging (or  the postponement of the payment  of a demand note (or $9,000 held  by the bank, which amount was  borrowed against unpaid taxes.  A resolution was passed ratifying the action of the last council  in borrowing tht money, and arranging (or payment on or before  March I si with interest at 6 per  cant.  1 Mr. H. H. Millie (fppVafed before the council to draw the attention of that body to the action of  the Okanagan Telephone Co , in  refusing to give long distance connections over the Goverement line.  This, he said, involved nol only inconvenience but extra expense to  users of the Government line as  in all cases the company's rates  were higher than thote of the government, and in tome inttancet  twice at much. He mentioned  several specific cases where connections had been recused, This  amounted to a practical boycott o(  the government line with a view to  crushing competition, and he had  been requested to draw the attention of ihe council to it, and to enlist their efforts to have the matter  settled.  Mayor Jones said he would communicate with the reeves and  mayors of adjacent municipalities  with a view to making joint representations to the Provincial Legislature in reference to the matter.  The appointment of a Parks  Commission was then taken up,  the following being appointed to  assist the committee of the council  Messrs. H. C. S. Collett, D. W.  Crowley, end S. E. Taylor.  An alteration wat made in the  standing committees (rom those  appointed at the latt meeting. Aid.  Calder became chairman of the  Electric Light and Water Committee with Aldermen Sutherland and  Taylor. Alderman Sutherland took  charge of the Finance Committee  with Alderman Taylor.  The clerk wat instructed to secure eighteen white prints of the  city map which had been brought  up to date.  In introducing a resolution to  raise the salary of the city clerk to  $150 per month Aid. Sutherland  aaid the proposed increase would  bring the salary up to that paid by  Penticton. The resolution was  passed.  The salary of P, T. Dunn, assistant clerk was also raised to $100  per month, and that of Jas. Harvey  third engineer at the power house  to $110.  A resolution wat patted changing the time of holding regular  council meetings (rom Monday to  Friday at 10 a.m. It wat suggested that chairmen of commitieet be  in attendance an hour earlier in  order to examine the accounti for  purchases in the variout departments.  Mayor Jones announced that at  he would be absent (rom town (or  about two weeks it would be necessary to appoint an Acting-mayor  (or the tjme being. Aid. Taylor  was appointed.  The   following   accounts   were  passed (or payment i  Sewer time   ohsoka     ,61a 63  F. Freemgn. work on pole l:ue 35 (M)  Collector of Customs, duty     8 70  The MoKenzie Co., supplies       CO  W. Haug, fuel     81 35  Kelowna Carriage Win., supplies lJ 25  O.K. Lumber Co., supplies   11 05  F. B. Willits ii Co., stationery 0 35  D. Leckie, water wks. supplies 45 45  Moirison-ThoMpsou Co. supplied 64 96  do. fire hall     2 10  W. H. Paisley, teaming    8 SO  Coatee, Edwards, & Gowen, conveying wounded prisoners    1 ��0  Kelowna Sawmill, 481 cords slabs  968 00  do.       cross-arms and hauline  eawdUst      353 05  Okanagan Telephone Co. Jan. ac.14 25  Northern Electric k Manufacturing Co. supplies   183 15  do. do. 97 63  Canadian Gen.  Elec.  supplies  8 95  R.B.Kerr, appearing at proseoul-  tion oi Italians   ln 00  Morrison-Thompson Co., supplies 8 85  D. Leokie, supplies    10 23  G. F. James, supplies   29 41  The council met again Tuesday  morning, Acting-Mayor Taylor presiding. The meeting was brief the  only business transacted being the  introduction of By-law 126, which  sought to borrow $50,000 against  the tax revenue (or the year.  In introducing the by-law, Aid  Sutherland said  it  had  been  the  custom (rom year to year to borrow  , money against the  taxes to meet  I Hrrent expenditures which had to  II be met in the early part o( the year  (aster than money came in. A  by-law had to be put through (or  the purpose, but it was quite possible that they would not require  the whole amount authorized.  The by-law was read a first and  second time and the council resolved itself into a committee to  discuss it. Rising (rom committee  the by-law was given a third reading. . *  Mr. Webster of the Okanagan  Telephone Co., waa present and  addressed the council on other  matters respecting his company.  He protested against the resolution  which had been originated at Penticton and passed by several of the  municipalities of the valley, opposing the application of the company to extend its charter, and  referred also to the matter which  had been raised at the last meeting of the council as to the supposed boycotting of the government line. The whole o( the  opposition, he said, was based  upon the idea that their long distance rates were exorbitant. This,  he said; was a mistake ; their rates  were different but compared very  (avorably with the government  charges. The reason (or the difference was that they had adopted a  minimum of three minutes in their  charges (or long distance calls, in  order chiefly, he explained, to protect themselves (rom the inaccurate  timing of calls by their operaters,  He claimed that this was no hardship on the public as the average  call was quite three minutes. He  quoted returns which he had taken  (rom the books of the total long  distance business done between  Salmon Arm and Penticton. On  January 17th there had been 86  conversations totalling 263 minutes and costing $24.70. Figured  on the Government scale this  would have been 127 minutes for  $25.95, a difference in favor of the  company.  As to refusing to give connections over the government lines  he said it was only natural that the  company, after spending such a  large amount of money in improving their system should be unwilling to give someone else the benefit of it.  Several questions were asked by  the various aldermen as to the  company's plans concerning Kelowna, but no action was taken.  Mrs. A. J. Walters, formerly of  Hazelton, will open a first-class  ladies' and children's wear store  on Lawrence street on or about  March Ist.  The death took place on Sunday last at Victoria of Mr. Isaiah  Mawhinney, an old resident of  Kelowna until tome montht ago,  and related to many of the prominent families in town.  1911  1912  194  $5,298  2,968  $39.50  $2.62  38  229  $6,375  2,861  $31.17  $2.49  62  2  2  3  $3,000  $1,361  4  $1,079  $700  $1,01!  $1,119  no  $526  190  Kelowna Hospital  Annual Meeting  More Help Needed for Pro  posed Extensions  The annual meeting cf the Kelowna Hospital Society was held  last Friday afternoon, about 16  persons attending. The president,  Aid. D. W. Sutherland, took the  chair.  Copies of the financial statement  and the secretary's statistical report were distributed amongst  those present. The statistics of the  past year, compiled by the secretary Mr. C. A. Fiaher, were as  follows:���  Total number of nieelinga called, 15;  Regular, 12 : Special, 3.  Average attendance of directors at meetings, 733  Patienta treated  Charges to Patients -  Number of Patient Days -  Average Coat per Patient  Coat per Patient per day .  Number of Operationa' -  Number of typhoid cases  from citv  Number of typhoid cases  from country    -  Government Grant -  City Grant       .       -  Subscriptions, private  ��� Societies,  Churches, &c.  -  Hospital Tickets sold  In his presidential report, Aid.  Sutherland referred to the financial  statement which had been handed  round.    He said :���  You will note that there is a difference of $350 in the amount of  personal subscriptions less than in  1911. This is accounted for by  the fact lhat we did not make our  usual December appeal for funds  (or reasons that appeared good to  us, pre(erring to defer it until this  month, and 1 am pleased to say  we have met with a generous response which will appear in this  year's sttlement.  In May of 1912 after carefully  considering the matter, we decided that it was necessary to raise  the scale of charges to patients,  which had remained the aame  since 1908, and as the cost o( living has increased so greatly, we  (elt that we could no longer carry  along our work at so great a loss  as we were incurring in past years.  In IQII it cost us $2,500 more to  treat our patients than we chnrged  them, in 1912 we reduced this to  $760. We have had to write off  as worthless $282 accounts brought  forward from last year, and $363  of 1912 accounts. This wilh our  annua) allowance for depreciation  this year is $1,042 which makes a  big annual charge to meet.  The directors return thanks to  the public for their generous donations last year, both by piivate  subscriptions and contributions by  societies, churches and other  sources,which are too numerous to  mention separately. Special mention should, however, be made of  the splendid work done by the  Ladies' Hospital Aid, and the  Country Girl's branch of that society. The former for their continuous supply of linen to the Hospital, cash donations and payment  of accounts of persons treated by  the Hospital who were unable  through unfortunate circumstances  to pay for themselves. To the  Country Girls' Aid for cash donations to assist in supplying ihe  Hospital with a new refrigerator,  and linoleum, and a new sterilizer,  II of which were most pressing  needs.  Our nursing staff also greatly appreciates the kindness of those  members of the Masonic fiaternity  who-so kindly (urnished their sitting room.  It gives me great pleasure to  testify to the splendid work of our  Hospital staff, so much depends  on them, and they have not failed  us in any sense. We were sorry  to loose our matron. Miss Mitchell,  last summer, who led us after several years service to be married.  However, we feel that in Miss  Millar, our present matron, we  have a most efficient successor.  During 1913 there will be some  repairs and alterations that must  be done, particularly the paintinp  of the exterior of the Hospital  which ia pretty badly blistered,  and i( left over another year, will  cost more than now to paint. An  other item which has always been  a source o( annoyanre and discomfort to the palienis and staff,  is the noise of the coaling and  stoking of the healing plant which  is located exactly under most of  the private wards, and 1 am sure  sure anyone who has been in the  Hosbital in the winter will readily  appreciate the need for the removal of the (urnace lo a separate  building. To do this would cost  probrbly $500, but we have not  had a careful estimate made as  yet, and it might come to a good  deal more, as we would have lo  have a concrete or brick building.  For the above reasons it will be  necessary for us to ask lor more  public aid. Our census population  of 1911 gives us 1.663. If in 1911  we had even $1 a head we should  have had ample funds. As a matter of fact in 1911 there were 118  individual contributors, ana now,  owing to our very largely increased  town and district population, we  should have had an even larger  number of contributors. But the  fart is, fewer people contributed  in 1912 than in 1911. We must  certainly overcome this low average this year, and I appeal to th��  generosity of the public for thc  support of our institution as  most worthy cause.  You will note among our assets  in the balance sheet, $1,079 in the  savings bank, and an amount due  by the government of $525. We  have put these amounts aside to-  wards the building of a Maternity  Ward, which in our fast-growing  community is becoming a necessity. Such a building will cost in  the neighbourhood of $5,000. The  government will put up dollar for  dollar of ours (or new buildings,  and we hope to get this building  under way before the close of the  present year."  The financial statement which  showed the affairs of the hospital  to be in a satisfactory condition in  epite of the decreased subscription  wns adopted.  A resolution was passed that the  maternity ward referred to by the  president should be built as soon  ns funds permitted.  The following directors were  appointed for the ensuing year:  Messrs. T. W.Stirling, D. W. Suth-  erland, H. Graham Gorrie, J. W.  Jones, F. M. Buckland, P. DuMoulin, M. Hereron, A. H. Bell, P. B.  Willitts, Thos. Lawson, C. C.  Prowse, H. J. Hewetson, G. A.  Fisher, N. D. McTavish and W. R.  Pooley.  Votes of thanks were passed to  the Women's Hospital Aid for the  valuable assistance which they had  given during the year, and also to  the retiring directors.  A directors' meeting wss held  alter the general meeting, when  the following officers were elected  from amongst the directors :���  President-D. W. Sutherland  Vice-Pres.-P. DuMoulin  Secretary-G. A. Fiaher  Treas.-H. Graham Gorrie  and an executive council consisting of the above officers, with Mr.  N. D. McTavish.  Mr. Denison was appointed auditor for the year.  It was decided to call at ooce  for lenders (or supplies.  On account of Lent coming so  early this year the annual hospital  ball will not be held on St. Valentine's night, but on Thursday,  March 27th.  Mr. A. E. Harrison, of Rutlaud,  won first prize for cock, first for  cockerel, and second for pullet, at  the Provincial Poultry Show junt  closed in Victoria. The show was  highly successful in every respect  and was visited by a large number  of people. Excellent addresses  were given by poultry experts, and  evidences were not wanting of a  great awakening of interest in the  industry throughout the province.  Next year's show will be held at  Grand Forks, B.C. Mr. E. L. Ward  was a delegate (rom Kelowna.  Don't forget the big variety entertainment by the Muscat &  Dramatic Society onTuesdav night.  Good music, vocal and instr imenl-  and a clever comedy iketch.  Book your seats early at Crawford's to avoid disappointment.  Associated Boards  of Trade Meet  in Vernon  Many   Important Resolutions  are Passed  (Contributed)  The convention was called to  order at 2 p.m. on Wednesday,  January 22, 1913, Mr. Foley-Bennett, president of the Associated  Boards of Trade, occupying the  chair. The credentials committee  was then appointed, who, after  examination reported to the chair  that the district o( Vernon was re.  presented by Mr. S. C. Smith and  J. Vallence; Kelowna by A. W.  Bowser and P. DuMoulin, and R,  B. Kerr ; Armstrong by J, F. Prin-  gle and A. E. Sage ; Penticton by  E. W. Dynes and J. C. Du(resne ;  Summerland by H. C. Mellor, J. R.  English and T. Sutherland.  It was moved and seconded  that Westbank, having organized  a Board o( Trade and having presented application with the necessary fee. be admitted to member-  ship to the Associated Boards o(  Trade. Carried unanimously. Mr.  Carruthers having the necessary  credentials from Westbank, was  duly recognized as a qualified  member ol the Association.  , A report was made by the sec-  retaiy that through Mr. A. W. Lang  Peachland desired to be readmitted to the Associated Boards, offering to pay arrears \l the Associated  Board would rebate one year's  dues, after favorable comments by  different members of the Board,  the motion was put, seconded and  carried.  Here followed the President's  report which was an extremely interesting one, showing that a great  deal o( work had been undeitaken  by the Board and that very favorable results have followed the representations made to the different  Federal and Provincial authorities  on different matters of vital interest to our conn,.unity. The year  had proved one of the most important in the history of the Association, and the work being done  is of tremendous importance to us  all.  Referring to resolutions passed  at the laat annual meeting, the  president reported that moat of  these had been productive of good  results, and in many cases had  produced the desired effect.  Regarding the resolution dealing  with the dredging of Okanagan  River, Mr. Young, the government  engineer, after going over the situation, had reported very favorably on the work asked to be done,  and next season we are assured  one of the largest dredges in the  government service will operate  at the lower end of the lake.  In response to the resolution  dealing with the installation of a  Government Telegraph line between Penticton and Kelowna, the  necessary action was taken by the  government and the line is now in  operation.  A resolution had been passed as  to the need of a Branch Registry  Office to be located in the Okanagan Valley, and the president reported he waa assured by the  proper officials that this would be  carried out at an early date.  The resolution aa to Carmi-Pen-  ticton road had also produced satisfactory results, the government  having taken the necessary  steps and during the last season  built a portion of the road and  assure us the balance will be completed next summer.  Re resolution asking the government to supply cheap money  to bonafide settlers, the Government assure us they are taking  steps to carry out this innovation,  and we will probably hear something definite in the near future.  Re redi.tributio in Electoral  Districts the Government state  same will be effected before the  next Provincial election.  Re resolution as to delay in issuing Crown Grants, the government  reports they have taken steps so  that any Crown Grant applied for,  ( in order, will be issued without  delay.  The resolution in regard to' the  change in the name of Sicamous  Junction had not been so effective,  and a repoil had been received  from the C. P. R. to the effect that  they had decided to change the  name to Sicamous, and (or various  Board of School  Trustees Meet  Committees Appointed for the  Year  The Board of School Trustees  met Friday afternoon at 4 p.m.  Trustees Lawson, McKenzie and  Trench, members of the latt year't  Roard, opened the meeting and  passed the minutes of the previous  meeting.  The formality of swearing-in  the newly-elected members, J. A.  Bigger, J. B. Knowlet and W. R.  Trench (returned) wat then gone  through.  Mr. Thos. Lawson was again  elected  chairman   o(   the Board.  Mr. G. H. Dunn'a resignation of  the office of secretary, which had  been handed in at the last meeting  was then considered, and accepted wilh many expreasions of regret.  A committee consisting of Trustees  McKenzie and Trench were appointed to engage a new secretary.  The   following   standing   committees were appointed, the first-  named being chairman:���  Building-Trustee Bigger and  rest  of Board.  Teachers  and   Supplies-Trustees  Trench and Knowlet.  Janitor - Trustees  McKenzie   and  Bigger.  Grounds-Trustees   Knowles   and  Bigger.  The subject o( regular attendance of scholars wat discussed,  and the following resolution passed : " That hereafter all children  between seven and fourteen years  o( age inclusive, unless otherwise  educated, shall attend the public  schools during the regular school  hours upon every school day, subject to the exemptions provided  for in section 142 of the Public  Schools Act, 1911."  The passing of this resolution  gives the Board power to enforce  regular attendance of all children  not otherwise educated.  The meeting then adjourned.  Pat Burn's Fire Causes Rise  in Meat Prices  Western Canada, and particular*  ly Alberta, says a Calgary despatch,  is threatened with a meat (amine.  It now transpires that the amount  of beef in cold storage in the Burns  plant, which was destroyed by  fire recently, was greater than at  first thought. Mr. Burns estimates  that $700,000 worth of dressed  beef was consumed, with fully aa  much more in hog and mutton  carcases. Much of the mutton wet  shipped (torn Australia and ran.  not be. replaced for tome time.  The result has been a sharp rise  in prices. Beef on the hoof has  risen (rom 5 to 7 1-4 cents, and is  scarce even at these figures. Retailers are boosting prices proportionately.  February 7th, being the anniversary of the poet Longfellow, the  occasion will be marked a' the  Presbyterian church by a Long-  follow Evening, when solos, recitations and tableaux, taken (rom  the poet's works will be given. A  (ee of 50c. will be charged for ad-  MAIL CONTRACT  Continued nn r��t* I  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to .tit  Postmaster General, will be received at  Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the 14th  March, 1913, for the conveyance of Hia  Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contract  for four yeara, three times per week each  way, between Kelowna end Okanagan  Minion from the Postmaster General's  pleasure.  Printed notices containing further inforrn-  ation as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen and bianlc forms < f  tender may be obtained at the poet offices  of Kelowna and Okanagan Mission, and  at the office of the Post Office Inspector,  Vancouver, B.C.  JOHN R. GREENFIELD,  Post Office Inapecter.  Post Office Inspector's Office,  Vancouver, B.C  31st January. 1913. \/  /'  The Orchard City Record  Thursday, Januart) 30  THE ORCHARD CITY RECORD  P*Ut,hect every Thursday al the OHice,  Kelowna, B.C. ,  ll)H.\ LEATHLEY. Editor antl Proptlelor  Subscription St.50 pet amrmn.  7 a United States $2.00 pet annum.  Advertising rales upon application.  ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF TRADE  MEET IN VERNON'  Cuntinued from p.se I  reasons connected with the office  end of their business it would be  impossible to make such a radical  change as desired by the Board.  The president reported that if further steps were taken and pressure  br mglit to bear something further  might be done in 'he matter.  The decision to send an advertising carload of fruit to be ahipped  throughout the Prairien, had also  failed to materialize. This matter  whs taken up with the C.P.R. who  n^ieed to provide this transports,  tion free of all charges, but on the  matter being put to the Minister  of Finance, he refused to supply a  government employee to act as  exhibitor, as he claimed il would  be a bad precedent, and therefore  llie plan fell through.  The report of the president met  with unanimous approval of the  Bnard, he being highly complimented upon the manner in which  it was pres n'ed.  Then followed the report of the  secretary-treasurer, which was duly  approved.  The election of officers for another year was as follows :  President: E. Foley-Bennett, reelected for this year unanimously.  Vice-Presidents: According to  the constitution, all presidents of  llie Boards of Trade represented  in the Associated Boards.  Secretary-Treasurer: Mr. Canned, re-elected.  The report of the chairman of  the resolutions committee was  presented and approved. Also a  report of the Credentials committee, which showed Kelowna, West  Rink, Summerland, Penticton,  Vernon and Armstrong were duly  and lesrallv represented.  Mr. P. DuMoulin brought up the  question as to an auditor being  Hopointed to audit the books of  the Association, and as same had  not hitherto been provided (or in  the constitutions and by-laws, a  special resolution wan moved and  seconded, appointing Mr. Fisher,  manager of the Bank of Montreal,  Penticton, to act in this capacity  for the coming year.  The different resolutions presented by representative Boards of  Trade were then taken up. The  Kelowna resolutions were taken  first, and the resolution re Naramata and Penticton road to be  continued to Kelowua waa moved  by A. W. Bowser, seconded by Mr.  livnes of Penticton. After considerable favorable comment this  was carried unanimously. The  next resolution re redistribution  was moved by Mr. Kerr, seconded  by Mr. English of Summerland and  carried. Re land registration office  moved by Mr. DuMoulin, seconded  by Mr. Vallance, carried. Re  dredging Okanagan Lake, moved  by Mr. A. W. Bowser, seconded by  Mr. Sutherland of Summerland,  carried. Resolution re additional  seivice as to trains and boats Foi  lhe Okanagan district and lake  service, moved by Mr. Kerr, seconded by Mr. Dynes of Penticton  carried.  The first resolution by Penticton  referred to a " central selling  agency," with cold storage facilities  for the Valley. This was moved  by Mr. Dynes, und seconded by  Mr. Bowser. It was found, how  ever, that there were three conflicting resolutions presented hy th*  diffeient Boards, and they were all  leferred to the resolutions committee to be redrafted into one  which would embody the essential  points.  Penticton then presented a resolution opposing the Okanagan  Telephone Co.'s application for an  extension of their charier. This  was moved bv Mr. Dynes and seconded by Mr. Kerr.  As Mr. Hankey ami Mr. Dobie,  representing the telephone company, were present, the Board  decided to allow them to speak on  these matters, and Mr. Hankey was  called upon lo answer different  statements made in this resolution  and show good cause, if any, why  said resolution should not be passed hy the Board  Mr. Hankey showed a good  deal of embarrassment in dealing  with the subject and his remarks  were apparently not very satisfying to the meeting.  Mi. Dobie'was then called upon  and he made a long, if not very  convincing speech on the subject  under discussion, being warned by  the chairman several times that he  was overrunning the limit set in  the constitution, he being finally  informed that hit time limit had  been (ar exceeded and the privi  lege was withdrawn. Some very  pointed remarks were made by  different members re this resolution, and as the time was late (it  being then after 6 o'clock), it was  decided to adjourn without further  action until 7.30 p.m.  Business was re-opene.1 at 8  o'clock by the re-drafted Central  Selling Agency resolution being  presented, all reference to cold  storage and pre-cooling plants  being eliminated. Moved by Mi  Dynes, seconded by Mr. Mellor.  Carried. Resolution re Telephone  Co. was here introduced. Moved  by Mr. Dynes, seconded by Mr  Mellor, and upon a ballot being  dulv cast it was cariied, eight foi,  four against.  A resolution was then introduced  re the doubling of Duty on Apples,  the present duty being I2i, the  government being asked lo increase same to 25c. Moved by  Mr. Dufresne, seconded by Mr.  Mellor.    Carried.  A resolution re uniformity of  packages and marking of same to  correspond with American methods  was presented by Mr. Dufresne,  and seconded by Mr. Dvnes. After a lengthy discussion on this  matter, it was suggested that Mr.  Garroway, who had been a representative to the B.C. Fruit Growers'  Convention, be asked to address  the meeting and explain what was  done by lhat body in convention.  The action taken by them being  contrary to above resolution same  was withdrawn.  Vernon then presented a resolution re construction of road connecting Vernon and Edgewood.  Moved by Mr. Henderson who  pointed out the big advantage to  the district in being thus connected  wilh the Kootenay, seconded by  Mr. Vallance.    Carried.  A resolution wus then intioduced  by the Vernon Automobile Club,  moved by Mr. Vallance. seconded  by Mr. Bowser, re present condition of road connecting Vernon  with Kelowna, calling the attention  of the government to the fact that  this road was in a great many  places extremely narrow and contained many sharp turns which  endangered life and property,  where teams and automobiles were  passing.several accidents occasioned by the latter having ocruriid,  and asking the government to  remedy this state of affairs. Carried  Armstrong then introduced a  resolution asking the government  to take steps to send a competent  road builder through the disirict to  instruct councilmen and others  having public roads in charge as to  best methods for the construction  of same. Moved by Mr. A. E  Sage, seconded by Mr. Pringle.  Carried  Summerland then introduced, a  resolution asking the government  to extend their present long distance telephone line. Moved by  Mr. Mellor, seconded by Ml. Sutherland.    Cariied.  Under the head of gener il business, Mr. Sutherland spoke of the  north-going mail not being forwarded to Vernon until some time  late in the afternoon, after the  South-bound train had departed,  and he introduced a resolution  asking the government to take  steps lo forward this mail matin  on lhe passenger train after the  arrival of the steamer, when same  could be immediately handled by  the Vernon office.giving merchants  an opportunity to answer same, so  that a reply could be received in  the southern cities the same day.  This resolution was seconded by  Mr. Carruthers and duly carried.  Mr. Vallance called the attention  of the convention to the large  amount of work asked of the sec-  retary-tieasurer, and thought some  remuneration should be given him  for his valuable services. He accordingly moved, seconded by Mr.  Smith, that lhe secretary be paid  $50.   Carried.  Mr. English moved a vole of  sympathy with the family of the  late Mr. Agur, iu the lost they had  sustained during the year in his  death. This was seconded by Mr.  Mellor, nnd carried unanimously  by a standing vote.  The convention then discussed  the place for tha next annual meeting, and Mr. Pringle moved, seconded by Mr. Bowser, that Armstrong be the next place. Carried  unanimously.  A vote of thanks was passed to  the officers and members of the  Vernon Board of Trade for their  courtesy extended lo lhe Associated Boards during this annual session. Mr. Henderson, president of  the Vernon Board, thanked the  meeting in a few appropriate remarks, expressing his pleasure at  the manner in which the business  of the Association had been carried out, and invited the assembled  convention upon adjournment to  partake of refreshments with him  and Mr. Smith at the Rancher's  Club.  The meeting then adjourned.  JOURNALS BLUNDER  .'iti.iHs for the Tt>legrai>li Expander-  Some   of   ihe   I'rcular   Histukes  .tt.it!t by ttt-ii Whose BuslfttM  Is tu Clothe News.  Receiving a telegram oi "La Jo-  cuuiie stolen from the Louvre," re  teri'iUg io the now turnout* theft of  bu Vinci's masterpiece In Paris, the  Chlcugo .Methodist Chronicle' made a  bad mistake in "��xyuntling" this  Into:���  "Intelligence hut* Just reached us  that a young ludy visitor, Misa Jo-  eunde, was abducted In open daylight  by a daring ravlsher while she was  v.slting the Louvre Museum. This regrettable liu'ldetil is a. fresh proof of  Uhe dangers which honourable young  women run, mft utily in the streets,  but even In the public establishment  ut the modern Babylon.*'  Terrible Tibet.  The "expander" ��� one of the essential aceeaosriea of a telegraphic  news agency ��� ia always liable '.o  this sort of thing. When Mr. Savage  Laudor, the Well-known traveller,  reached Kutssla not long ago, after  his last journey through Tibet, a  cable Hgency wired the news thus  briefly; "Savage Landor arrived St.  Petersburg from Tibet suffering hands  natives." An Imaginative sub-editor  on one of tlie Austral.an papers, who  seems never tu have heurd of Mr.  Landor, thus expanded It: "A savage  landor got Into St. Petersburg yesterday, und tlie people of the city were  terrified. After considerable difficulty the beast, KhlcH came from  Tibet, was raptured, taken to a remote place, and there dispatched. It  is said that this is the first animal  of the sort ever seen in Kusla. How  he reached the city after his fight  with the nati.es of Tibet, which U�� a  comparatively unknown country. Is a  mystery."  Newspaper Ha in*  It was another Australian paper  which received a wire of "Apache  rising in Micareme," and, believing  tills to refer to the Hed Indian  ApftOhes, save u vivid account of a  massacre by red men in North  America, with as much vague detail  of the town of Mlcareme as it could  Invent at the moment and keep sate.  Only after publication d;d It discover  tht*t the Apaches Were the lioollgaus  of Paris, and Ml-eureme a well-known  carnival festival In Prance!  Oue of the largest London latUes  mudt- ti similar hush of a tcleg nun  announcing Uie arrival of one of our  fleets ulf Lagos. 'Ihis Is Lagos In  Portugal, but the news edRor got  mixed in his Continents, and supposed  It to he the other Lagos - In West  Africa. Hence the expanded message,  printed .is though wind direct from  West Africa, gave a glowing description of the locality; "It was a glorious  eight for an Englishman in exile on  thi* far-away (oast to watch the $real  fleet enter the bay. 'llie valley  through which the river runs is much  broken up by dykes (etc., etc.). Such  Is Lagos. The men were not allowed  on shore, nor does one wonder at  Uils, for it must lie confessed that  ther* are few places that tempt the  visitor less than Lagos."  Only next day did the news editor  lauru, from sarcastic frteuds on rlvuJ  papers, that the fie t was hundreds of  miles away from the scene of this  "telegram."  T  A lini-lii'liir Whii left nn Endowment  tu tlie .'Inn  Who  Wuuld  Lead  Un-   I Kli��'~<   Wiiiiiiin   tu  tlie Altar.  A well-known uai'liolor who died  Uu- other day al Pruuktort. Germany.  left an andowment fur au annual  prill) ut il:".- lu Uie man who lead.  the UK'Uesl woman lu the altar. If  the bride la lame aa well aa uiium-  poHftr -sIiik tlli' Ki'uuni will recelva an  additional anin ul $l!5.  This reminds ns lhat the town of  lliiscliiiiaun, In Ucrmany, has a system of rewarding lovers who marry  (trie who have mtle or no persoutvl  attractions, A well-known flnanKer  lefl a Bum uf money to tlie town  authorities lu provide dowries for the  plainest woman under thirty married  lu lliiseliiiiiiiiii every year, a cripple,  and four women under forty who had  been Jilted BuVerul times.  dome years iiau a iiiereliant of Ken-  tueky, U.S.A., Instructed his executors  to In.'est a certain sum of money and  divide tbe luteresl every year ��� ou  lllelr vveddiliK ditvs - among rive  American alrls who were possessed ot  heads of "reddiah-Boid" hald. The  founder of tills marriage put-tlon died  a baibelur. and tno&fl who knew him  declared that when quite a young mau  he was very badly treated by a handsome young woman, who wa. exceptionally proud or the fact that she  was the owner ut a head uf glossy  red hair.  Uhelte. a town lu the Ardenne*,  lens lefl Home money a long time ago,  and to-dny li eneourug! I matrimony  by awarding money pr./es lu mother*  who send llie large*! number of children to the ithooli,  Every spring sen-nil young servant  girls ur t'ardirr, Wales, who wish ta  get married, are handed a sum of  money toward! the expanse of gutting  a home lORetlier. Tile maidens ar.  nominated by tiie CurtllCf Council and  the mayor pays our Lhe dowries.  Tills murrluge tuud owes its existence  to Lhe generosity of ihu Marques, of  Hutu, he having plai ed iu the hand.  01 the mayor of tlal'dlff, In tlie year  I8H7, the sum of *.",oiiij, the yearty In-  I'.-.ne (ruin whir !i watt lu be dl*-  trllju/lOll emir spring to deserving  servants ul Uie illy whose wedding  was Impeded by the want of a dowry.  Landlady: "Wimn't thai a good  chicken,  Mr   .links?"  Jinks:  "It may   have bceu  a good  chicken, morally  .-peaking, hut phy-  aloally It was a wreck."  fl  Good News for Weary  F^r^t!  ���  1 ecu  On the way arc Two Thousand  Dollar, worth of "WALK-OVER"  SHOES.    In other words, two thou  sand dollars worth ot Style, Fit and  Finish in shoes, ranging in price  From $6 to $8 per pair  Did that last pair of "Walk-Overs "  wear out?  Of course they did.  But what a  good  time you  had  while they were wearing I  In a few days we  will  have our  shelves well stocked with all styles,  I  sizes and prices in " WALK-OVER,"  |  McCREADY and English Shoes for  Men and Women.  Don't fail to call at the earlieat  opportunity to aee what an improvement  we   have   made in  our Shoe Department. We have  more apace  and  will   ahortly  have the finest range of ahoe*  we have ever before   offered.  We close our Crockery Sale on February 1st  Don't miss the bargains offered.  LEQ1  JIME BROS. & CO.  THE PIONEERS OF SATISFACTION  'Phone   "   22                                                                                                      'Phone   -   22  Gaddes-McTavish  Limited  REAL ESTATE  LOANS  INSURANCE  'Phone 217      -      Leckie Block  G. H. E. HUDSON  Landscape and  Portrait  Photographer  Largaat Studio, in tha Intarior  Poilraila b)r appeintm.nl  Pendoii Street,   ���   Kelowna  ���*^a^>s��^*s��.^WN^VV^*��V\.i^^��^>^S^S^fc^  J. A. Bigger  BUILDER aad CONTRACTOR  Plug Had Eitimaiut Furniihed  Reaidence,    10  Lawrence Ave.  PHONEW  A. G. McKEOWN  KELOWNA  Agont (or the  PENTICTON STEAM  LAUNDRY  Laundry deapatched twice a  week.  Prompt attention and careful  work.  Wffl You  Be There?  BIG VARIETY  Entertainment  Opera House  Tuesday, Feb. 4th  Under the Auspices of the  Kelowna Musical fk Dramatic Society  See email bills for details of   programme, and  You Will  Be There!  I Thur8datj, January 80  The Orchard Gitt) Record  LOOK  If you are in need of Heavy or Light  HARNESS  %  come and see our atock.    We carry the best line in  Team Harness also Light Harness, Stock and English Saddles  (both ladies' and gents').    All kinds of  Whips, Bits, Bridles, Robes, Fly  Nets, Trunks,  Valises, at right prices.  Come and   see   our  atock   before   buying   elsewhere  Now ia the time to give your order.  Cp&iring is our special feature  Buggies,  Feed  Wagons,  Hay,  Oats,  Democrats,  &c.  To suit all purchasers  Bran,  Wheat,  Barley &  Oat Chop  W. R. GLENN & SON  Dealers in  Farm and Orchard  Implements  Pendozi Street & Lawrence Avenue     -      KELOWNA  'Phone 150  xifraJX.<i~*  home love\s:~  w-hen uou Suu uou\ lu\n\Xu\e  eome to the sto\e that keeps up-  to-date, spielers do. not Suild  itels on ou\ luhniXu\e^ Seeause \>u  make ou\ pUeeS \eaSonoMe and  sell oub foods jast.  ou\ lu\nitu\e is sPionf^ it vt-ill  last a tfi^ertsim^.  KELOWNA FURNITURE CO.  " We Make Homes Happy,"  The GREENHOUSES  RICHTER STREET  (B��tw������*. Presbyterian hnew EmlUh churctiei)  CUTFLOWERS   LETTUCE  Orders taken for  TOMATO, CABBAGE  and BEDDING   PLANTS  Enfliih Roe* Treat and Climber*  A Urge teeottment will errive in tht ���print  PALMER 4 ROCERSON - Box 117  Talassnwte   .   H  A Local Market  for Small Fruits  J. M. CROFT  Bootmaker.  All kinds of Repairs  BERNARD AVENUE,  KELOWNA.  The Okanagan Jam Co., Ltd.,  whose factory is aituated at Summerland, will be requiring large  quantities of strawberries, raspberries and black currants during  lhe coming season, and would like  to get in touch with any growers  having their fruits in the Kelowna  district.  With a view to organization as  regards the handling of lliese fruila,  the company have issued a printed  form to be filled in by the growers.  These forms can be obtained on  application to the secretary of the  Farmers' Institute, Kelowna, and  any grower who is likely to have  these fruits available (or market is  advised lo get this form, fill it in,  and send it to the jam company as  soon as possible. Contracts will  be issued, also full details as lo  packing and shipping arrangements made in due course ; but in  order to make these arrangements  satisfactory, it is neressarv the  company should first have details  as to thc fruil available.  Public Forests  Are set aside for  the  Use  o:  the Public  The former erroneous impression, thai forest reserves are areas  'set apart by lhe government to be  reserved from use and development is giving way to lhe correct  view that they are for the general  use of the public.  The Dominion Forestry Branch  is desirous of spreading this idea  abroad, and with this end in view  has inaugurated lhe policy ol surveying summer resort lots around  convenient lakes in forest reserves.  These lots are of two kinds, viz.,  building lots and camping lots, so  that the demands of both collage-  ers and campers may be met. Such  lots are leased lo the public for a  term of years at a very nominal  figure.  It is hoped lhat in this way a  start may be made in bringing to  thenpublic a realization of the op  pjrtunities and advantages which  the reservation of these great areas  of the public dpmain affords the  country at large.  A good example of such a resort  is seen in British Columbia where  a site has been laid out at Trout  Lake, in the Long Lake forest reserve. This reserve is situated in  the Kamloops district of the Railway Belt.  Trout Lake, at an altitude of  4,100, is an ideal retreat for lhe  residents of the towns and cities  of the Dry Belt. Here they may  escape the oppressive heat and  drout or the summer season, and  at the ��am* time enjoy some of the  finest fishing to be had any-vhere  in Canada. Already many peoplr  have secured building lots, and it  is expected that in a very short  time a large and flourishing summer  colony will be established at this  point.  SALE ENDS  SATURDAY  Up  to  Saturday closing time  1 shall continue to sell almost  the entire stock of  Men's Suits  ���      Overcoats  Hats  ���      Underwear  ���      Socks  Shirts  ���      Gloves  ,,      Suspenders  ,,      Ties, &c.  at ieduced   pilces, bul 1  will  not fell You,  All goods marked lowest prices  for Cash On/17  H. F. HICKS  Water Street (1st Block Nortb)  Near Bank of Montreal  W. C. AITKEN  BUILDER  & CONTRACTOR  Plans and Estimates  Finishing  work a specialty  Office : No. 6, Crowley Block, Kelowna  P.O. Box 511  HELP WANTED  Ten Young Men  AND  Twenty-five Women and Girls  to learn tobacco selecting and sizing.  Opportunity offering splendid remuneration   for   congenial   employment  during winter months.  Apply Mr. SPEEDEN  Raw Leaf Department  British North American Tobacco Company, Ltd.  NEW FACTORY   -   ELLIS STREE*?  Coal!  Coal!!  Real Pensylvania Hard -   $17.50 per ton  In store and nut sizes  Nicola Coal (Lump)      -   $10.00 per ton  Taber Smokeless   -     -   $12.00 per ton  W.  HAUG    -    KELOWNA, B.C.    -    T*g*  Woman's Suffrage  Movement Making  Headway in B. C.  Suffrage news of the B. C. Upper  Country is good, according to a  veiy interealing report given by  Miss Dorothy Davis in the Victoiia  " Champion " monthly.  On her tour as organizing secretary of the P. ����� L., Miss Davis  found in all the places reached that  there was no need of "converting."  The boundary country is especially zealous, and lhe Greenwood  dramatic amateurs have already  given an excellent presentment of  the amusing play, " How the Vote  wa9 Won."  f Only in Nelson do people seem  willing to be " a back number,"  but even there petitions were being filled, and, as everywhere in  B. C, the men are favorable.  One man only was encountered  who was willing to declare that his  own lady relatives were not fitted  to vote. His name is kindly concealed. We may be sure he is nol  a Kelowna man.  Hon. Martin Burrell, minister of  agriculture, introduced his new  bill for the granting of $10,000.-  000 for the stimulation of agricultural activity in the Dominion lasl  week. Mr. Burrell's proposal is to  extend this grant over the period  up to 1923, dividing the appropriation among the nine provinces on  the basil of population.  NOW  is the time  to list  Your  Property  with  G.R.  We have the Buyers  KELOWNA & KAMLOOPS  Raymer Block  Manager:   H. G. DEE  'Phone - 231  Rough and Dressed Lumber.  Shingles, Siding, Doors, Windows,  Mouldings,  Etc.  Kelowna Saw-Mill Company, Limited  Vim,,,. 238  PO. Boa 12  E. ENGLAND  BUILDER & CONTRACTOR  Plana,   Specificationa   and    Estimate!  Furnished  ItnilJriMl of every description   undertaken in Town or country.  None bul the BEST work done  Plastering, Masonry  & Brickwork  Non-Smoking and  Good  Draught Fireplaces  of any design, a specially  All work given personal  supervision  Promptness   and   satisfaction  guaranteed  WILSON-HILL LAND CO.  NEAR ROYAL HOTEL.   .  Financial Experts and  Real Estate Brokers.  The Glen Subdivision.    Every lot a bearing orchard.  The most desirable residential  property in the city.  Call at our office and have a talk about the price and terms  on this properly.  The sure money-making proposition of 1913.  MANAGERS:  ALLAN WILSON       GEORGE HILL.  I  PRINTING >-  RECORD OFFICE-  SATISFACTION  Knowles  THE OPTICIAN  Your Eyes  We have the most modern  facilities that science has  provided for the refracting  of defective eyes and the  removing of eyestrain  Our seven years of experience and careful attention  has enabled us to build up  a very large connection  throughout Kelowna and the  neighbourhood  Special Attention gioen to Repairs  J. B. KNOWLES  JEWELER and OPTICIAN  Bernard Ave.        -   ��� Kelowna. B.C.  ___ I  The Orchard Cittj Record  Thursday, January 30  The Kelotona Land  and Orchard Co.,  UMITED.  Nursery Stock  For Sale  Wealthy  Cox's Orange Pippin  Mcintosh Red  Northern Spy  Winesap  Jonathan  Spiteenberg  Wagner  Transcendent Crabs  Flemish Beauty  Bartlett  Boussock  Cornice  D'Anjou  CALL OR WRITE  K. L. 0. Co.'s OFFICE  Belgo. Block ��� Kelorona, B.C.  1  HOCKEY  STICKS  MORRISON - THOMPSON  HARDWARE CO., Ltd.  Okanagan Mission Property  Nicely wooded lake shore lots, about one-third of  an acre, situated two miles from cily and close to  the new lake shore road.  Price $325, on very easy terms  Apply  to  owner,  H. B. D. LYSONS,  Kelowna,  or to agent,  R. L. DALGLISH. Okanagan Mission  Mi. Oalgliali will be pleased lo ahow the property at any time to inquireri.  Alio some good Five and Ten-Acre Lois of Fruit  Land at Okanagan Mission  Town and Country  Mr. J. A. Bigger lefl Saturday  morning for the coast.  The Kelowna Benevolent Society  will meet next Thursday, Feb. 6th  at 2.30 p.m. at the home of Mrt.  Millie.  Mr. Percy Sautelle left Monday  for the Old Country.  The Rev. Thos. Greene, left for  Nelson Monday to attend the diocesan meeting.  Mr. Thos. Lawson is visiting  Victoria this week.  The Kelowna Study Club will  meet next Thursday evening,  February 6th at 8 p.m. at the home  of Mrs. J. Dayton Williams.  Dr. B. F. Boyce left Monday  morning for a visit to lhe coast.  Mayor J. W. Jones left last week  end for a visit to Victoria.  Mr. E. L. Ward returned Sunday  from Victoria where he has been  as delegate to the central Poultry  Association Convention,  Next Saturday, February lsl lhe'  Chancel Guild of St. Michael's  church are holding an apron sale  in the Churchman's Club room in  the Keller block. The pioceeds  are to be devoted to some work  on the new church.  Miss Hartin ia leaviug Mondav  on a visit to Vancouver, Spokane,  and Seattle in the interests of her  millinery business. She will be  away about a month.  Mr. Duncan has been fortunate  in securing another pleasant attraction for Dreamland Theatre in  Mr. Paul Pitner, a vocalist with a  very pleasing voice, and who has  already become quite a favorite  with the patrons of Dreamland.  Mr. Pitner hails from San Francisco, where lie has considerable  reputation as a vocalist of merit.  He sings illustrated and other  songs.  Mr. John Dilworth is a visitor  this week from Victoria.  Excavation ia already in progress  for the new public school, and  supplies are being gathered together by the contractor, Mr. Ivey, for  an early stall on the building.  The mild weather we have been  having lately, while enjoyable  enough to most people, has spoilt  lhe sleighing, and many people in  town have had to go back to  wheels. Beyond the cily limits,  however, the roads are still in fine  condition.  Next Sunday at the Kelowna  Brotherhood meeting in the Baptist Church, the subject of "The  Yellow Peril " will be dealt with  by Mr. W. J. Clement.  Dr. Gaddes returned Tuesday  from the coast.  (lie annual children's parly in  connection with St. Michael's  Church ia to be held in Raymer's  Hall this (Thursday) afternoon.  Messrs. Rattenbury & Williams  have put through several real  estate deals during the past few  days, and leporl business good  for the immediate future. During  the week they have sold two lots  on St. Paul St. formerly owned by  Gus Hanson to J. T. Campbell sr.,  for $2,000 ; two lots were also sold  lo another purchaser on the corner of Stockwell avenue and Ethel  St. for $1,400. J. I. Campbell also  purchased a lot on Abbott Street  in lhe K. L. O. subdivision for  $1,000.  I lie Lenten services in connection with St Michael's Cliurcli commence next Wednesday, which is  Ash Wednesday. Special courses  of sermons will be preached by  Rev. C. H. Meyrick on Wednesday  evenings, and the Rev. D. E. D.  Robertson, Okanagan Centre, on  Fridays. The afternoon servire  and sermon on Wednesdays will  be laken by the rector.  The Carnival, organized bv lhe  " Beaver " hockey team, which waa  arranged for Thursday last was  spoilt rather by the weather, the  wind and snow making skating  somewhat difficult. In consequence I here was a very meagre attendance. The prizes for costumes were awarded as follows:  Genl.'s, Mr. Marshall, aa a soldier;  ladv's, Miss Mawhinney as a witch ;  boy's, Jim Calder as an Indian;  girl's, Miss Olive Peltigrew ; eomic  J. Patterson. To-night, weather  permitting, the promoter of the  skating rink, Mr. J. Levitt, has arranged a carnival on a somewhat  more ambitious scale. There will  no doubt, if the ice is in anything  like condition, be a big attendance.  \  PROFESSIONAL AND  |      BUSINESS CARDS  BURNE & TEMPLE  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  Conveyancers, etc.  KELOWNA. ;: B.C.  R. B. KERR  Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public.  KELOWNA, B.C  P. EDMUND CORBY  Architect  Mewetson Block. Kelowna    .    'Phono 206  P.O. Box, 509  C. Harvey, B.A., Sc.. C.E., D.L.S., B.C.L.S.,  and B.C.L.S.  CHARLES   HARVEY,  CIVIL ENGINEER and   LAND  SURVEYOR.  Kelowna,   B. C.  Phone 147. P.O. Boa 231  PIANOFORTE  MR.  HAROLD   TOD   BOYD  Kxhibitionor Rcya!  College   of   Muiic,   enit lately  with Ksiidiiek Pyne, Mui. Doc., Orgsniit of the  Csthtdral, Manchester, Eng..  RECEIVES   PUPILS  At th. Sludio, Trcncli Block. Kelownn.  Music  of   .vary  description  supplisd.  P.O oa��7.  RICHARD H. PARKINSON  BRITISH COLUMBIA LAND  SURVEYOR.  CIVIL ENClNEER  P.O. BOX 137  KELOWNA  Dr. J. W. Nelson Shepherd  DENTIST  P. O. Boa l*S Pboaa SS  Corner Peneozi Street and  Lawrence Avenue.  Mr. B. G. MEYRICK  R.c.iv.s Pupils al his Sludio in the MORRISON  BLOCK lor Lessons in  PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, ORGAN,  SINGING and HARMONY  s ysars' prsvious .ap.tience    Will play for dances  Ad Ji.ss Box 2)7, Kelowna, B.C.   'Phone 67  JOHN CURTS  CONTRACTOR & BUILDER  Plans and Specifications Prepared  and estimates given for publicBuild-  ings,Tov/n and Country Residences  JOHN CURTS. KELOWNA  PHONE No. 93  Pianoforte, Organ, Voice Production  Singing, llartiionij,Counterpoint, &c.  STANLEY  HODKINSON  A.R.C.O.  (Awociatt of tli* Roy*l College of Orgtniati, Lend.)  Gives lesions in the above Subjects,  Qualified   by  examination.     Many  PIANOFORTE  successes  at local  examinations  (Trinity  College, London)  15  years' succeaaful teaching experience  Studio    ���    Raymer Block  W. T. ASHBRIDGE  CIVIL ENClNEER  Assoc. Msnt. Can. Soc. C. E       Cradual. Toronto  Unlvsrsfly  Walsmotlrs and Sawerag. Sist.ms. Pumplai aad  U  KELOWNA,  i|lilini Plants, Concratt Con-  ��� tiucii.i.i, etc.  B.C.  S. W. THAYER, D.V.S.  VETERINARY SURGEON  (C.du.i. McGill University)  Residence i   LAWRENCE AVE,  Messages  may   be   left  at  the  office  of  Messrs. Rattenbury & Williams  Miss PRANCES A. PEARSON  L.R.A.M. (London)  leaches correct  VOICE PRODUCTION, SINGING  Box 366, Kelowna.  Or apply " Record " Office,  CHARLES WALL  BRUNCH   POLISHER  Furniture Repolished & Renooated  Boa 545  Kelowna, B.C.  Sutton's Seeds  ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR  Cut Flowers  Carnations  Chrysanthemums  Violets  H. LYSONS  Kelown*. Greenhouse.  P. BURNS & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail  MEAT MERCHANTS  Fresh Meat  Daily  Full supply of Hams and Bacon  Fresh Fish in season  W. LUDLOW, Manager  Phone 135  KELOWNA  GLENMORE FRUIT LANDS  Situated within one half mile of town, and being  about loo feet above the lake, it commands a beautiful view of the town, gh< and surrounding country.  Ideal Fruit Soil. Abundance of Water.  Close to Town and Market.  There ia only one GLENMORE. Don't miss the op.  porlunity of selecting a few acres of this desirable  property.  If you wish a cheap building lot or an acre of land call on ua and wa will  ahow you our sub-division  ��   WOODLAWN   ���  just four blocks from the centre of the town.     Pricea low.   Terms eaay,  monthly payments if ao deaired.  Fire Insurance  We represent only the best board companies.  The Central Okanagan Lands, Ltd.  KELOWNA, B.C.  GO   TO  Elliott & Copeland  When you want a  BARGAIN  IN REAL ESTATE  They have the best values in the  City and District.  " Every Buyer a Booster"  Come and see us   and   get   ojr  prices before purchasing  Elliott & Copeland  Real Eatata and Insurance Brokers  'Pnon�� 2i KELOWNA, B.C.  OK. LUMBER CO.,Ltd.  Are now completely equipped  to supply all your  lumber needs.  We have now a large stock of local (md coast  ROUGH AND FINISHING LUMBER  of  high-grade quality and In splendid condition.  A complete line of  DOORS  AND WINDOWS  LATH AND SHINGLES Thursday, January 30  The Orchard Gitq Record  (0  Ising  i     /    r  \a\)(j of  the Razor  hat's about what all men  unless they wear a full  ard, and the best thing  do is to make this bond-  e as easy as possible by  razors, strops, brush-  &c, that will make  aving a pleasure  In our stock of  laving Supplies  e have the necessary  tides to accomplish this  razors that will keep  eir keen edge, horsehide  rops, lather brushes that  ild their bristles, soaps  bat will not irritate the  in, and a large variety  lotions, creams, &c.  Items from Ellison  (Kr.���  r i.wn correspondent)  SYNOPSIS OF COAL  MINING REGULATIONS  Coal mining rights of the Dominion in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tbe  Yukon Territory, tbe Nortb-weat Territories, and in a petition of tbe Province of  British'Columbia, may be leased foraterm  of.twenty-one years at an annual rental of  $1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will  be leased to one applicant.  Application for the lease must be made  by the applicant in person to tbe Agent or  Sub-Agent of the district in which tin  rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land muat be  described by sections, or legal subdivisions  of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the  tract applied for slmll be staked out by tlie  applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied  by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if  the righta applied for are not available, but  not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on  the merchantable output of the mine at  the rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall furnish the Agent wilh sworn returns accounting for the full quantity of merchantable  coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If  the coal mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished at  least once a year.  The lease will include tbe coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface  ights may be considered necessary for the  working of the mine at tin- rate of $10 an  acre.  For full information application should  be made to the secretary of the Department  of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or  Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands.  W.W.CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.IV������- Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  Friday next, Jan. 31st, la to bo the  Children'..; evening at the Literary  Sociely. Two debates will be held,  aides to bt* takon by the young people  the subject of the first being: "Resolved that homework, in connection  with school lessons, is not desirable."  'Die other is "That we learn more ut  home than at school." Music in also  to Iw provided by Winnifrod Lane,  Lizzie Carney, Wilho'mina and I.ois  Honmth, Beryl, Marjory, and Ralph,  Bulman.  On   Friday,   Feb.   *21sft,   the   Bench  Literary Socioly is to pay us a visit  when a debate will take place on the  subject of "ReBolved, that Reason is  superior to instinct."  On Friday last a dance was held in  the schoolroom in memory of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns.  A large uu ruber of friends assembled  to do honor, and dancing was indulged iu until after 1 a.m. The arrangements mude reflected grout credit on  the committee, and everyone appeared  lo thoroughly enjoy themselves. The  music, which wus provided bv Messrs.  th Allen and W. Murray, viol mats,  and Mr; Qoo. Whit taker nt the piano,  partook of a national character, and  was thoroughly in keeping with the  object of tho gathering. The refreshments provided by Messrs. Partner &  Co., of Kelowna, fully guataluod the  reputation of that well-known linn,  and certainly added to the n.��joymcnt  of all present. As a result of the  gathering the Kelowna Hospital will  bo benefitted by about 812.00, thut  amount   being  realized   over expenses.  An  ad. in  the. "Record"  is the hall-mark of a progressive  business.     Insist   upon   people  knowing  you're  there  L Willits & Co.  COSTS and STATIONERS  Kelowna,     B. C.  3NE 19  Dr. MATHISON  Dentist  KELOWNA    :    B.C.  Have you tried it  yet ?   Tried what ?  Sliptivity  Axle Grease  Good stuff  One pound tins, 15c.  Geo. Thomlinson  Harness Maker  Kelo  RATTENBURY * WILLIAMS  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  We  have moved our office  to  Up-stairs in the Leckie Block  Rutland News  (From our own correspondent)  On Friday last a party of Rutland-  era set off to Ellison to enjoy heuiin"  tho Literary Society debuto, but to  our surprise we found u dance iu progress. Of course, being addicted to  tripping the light fantastic toe, we  paid our dollar and stayed to enjoy  the fun.  Our old friend "Mike" was there welcoming one and all with a gonial word  aud smile (though wo wondered u lit-  tlo what Erin's patron saint would  think of a son of the Emorald Tsle  doing honor to.a Scotchman), nnd  another old friend, who used to live  in Rutland was presiding at tho piano  with nil his old-timo skill. Then thai  old-timer, Harry Allen, along with a  comparative new - ��'om.'r, wee Willie  Murray, made merry music on tb(  fiddles, to which a large and appreciative gnthoring of admirers of 'Robb;e  Rums' tripped gaily until nearly dawn  I ho noxt day.��  t have bad tho pleasure of. beiug. at  Ellison on various festive occasions,  but this was the doyen of them all  since the opening of the new school.  for the music was good, the floor was  smooth and slippery, and the refreshments superb. As a visitor I take off  my hat to Ellison. They cannot, or  all events, do not have nny such good  times in Hutland, which is a pity, sir,  a pity.  Wake up, Rutland, you appear dead,  Throw off your trappings, uncover  your head,  Light up  the school, be happy and  Ray. ,     .  Life's not all Badness, nor skies always gray.  Rriug  out  tho   fiddles,   tin  whistles.  and flutes,  Rout out a pair   of" light   dancing  boots;  Then take your wives and liest girls  by the score,  And wake up old   Ru-tland   to   life  iust once more.  GEO. A. BOWSER  BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR  jobbing and General Repair Work  Contracts taken for Moving Buildings  Kelowna    -    B.C.  j KELOWNA-WEST BANK:  STEAM FERRY  ) l.eavei Kelowna 9 a.m., 3.30  p.m.  ; Leaves Westbank 9.30 a.m., 4p.m.  Extra Service on  Wednesdays & Saturdays  Leavei Kelowna 11 a.m.  Leavei Westbank 11.30 a.m.  TERMS CASH  HEWETSON and MANTLE, Ltd.  CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   ���   $75,000  i    MONEY TO LOAN  . On First Mortgages  Agreements for Sale Purchased  FIRE,  LIFE,  AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  JAMES I. CAMPBELL  'I'l.one No. 108 I   ft  ). A. CAMERON  Painter       Paperhanger   .  Apply  Above the " Record " Office  THE  RECORD OFFICE  FOR  JOB PRINTING  Steamboating  E. E. HANKINSON, Kelowna, B.C.  Roaidencc 'Phone: No. 105  OLD CP.R. WHARF  I am prepared to undertake all  kinds of  Lake Transportation  Well equipped  with  Steam   and   Gasoline   Boats,  ond also Scows  EXCURSION   PARTIES  Cat����d for  To All ParU of the Lake  The Churches  ANGLICAN  St. Micliae! and All Angela' Church.  Holy Communion, lirrt and third Sundnyii in the?  month at 8 A.m.; ittcond and [o\irtli  Sundayi, after  Mort.itiH Prayer.  Litany* on tlie first and tliird Sundayi.  Morning.FW." uf II  o'clock!   Evening  Piayer  al  7:30.  St. Andrew's, OkanAgAl. iVjiaslol..  Firat Sunday in month I loly Communion *t8n m,  Matinti and Litatiy.  II a.in.  . 0     ,        Bvenaojfe 7:30  Second Sunday, Matin* nnd Holy Communion at 11  ��ven��onii 7-r3Q  REV. THOS. GREENR. B A.. Rector.  Rev. C, H. MEYRK-K.Aa.d-Ui.ipr.ert."    .  PRESBYTERIAN  Knox Presbyteiioi. Churcli, Kelowna.  Morning Services at II a.m.,even.n? ��orvicoaat?t30  '  p rn.   Sunday School nt'2:30 p.m.  Weekly i'ruyr.t Meeting on Wedne'dayi at 6  p.m.  Benvoulin Presbyterian Cliurcli.  Afternoon service at j) p.n. Sunday School al 2 p.m,  METI IOD1ST  Kelowna Methodist Church.  Sabbath Service ..I I I Am. and 7:50 p.m.  Sunday School at 2:30 p m.  Midweek service WodneacW at B p.m.  REV. J. \V. DAVIDSON. ,A.. B.D.. Psaior.  BAPTIST  Kelowna Baptiat Clniich, Ellice St.  Sabbath Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath School nt 10 a.m.   All welcome.  Wed   . 7.30.  Rev. D. J. Welsh, Pastor.  WlPerlerHii  The Quality jewelers  A Word to the Wise  An inferior article is seldom, if  aver, satisfactory, and the good  kind will cat bo little more. Why  Wait till old au<: creep:' on to learn  that the REST LS UIE CHEAPEST ?   You will eventually leam  thit, ao why   not  begin   and   trade   .  with us at once ?  If its in Our Store  its Good  Reliable   goods,   reliable   prices,  reliable advice���volumes could say  no more- and we are prepared   to  do all we say.  See us for  ' me Diamonds,  High-Grade Watches  & Artistic Jewelry.  Expert repairing and manufacturing  on the premises  WJ. Parker jCo.  JEWELERS  Crowley Blk.    -    Kelowna, B.C.  Gray's Studio  Rowcliffe Block  Studio open  THURSDAY, FRIDAY  and SATURDAY  10 a.m. till 3 p.m.  r, .���'..���,     . ..-'���������    ���������*,������'    ���   .   . jKv ������.'������     ��� ,   . -..        !���'���>':���*��� w��   ���   '     ���  fe'tt^AKEAStolLE.  MlaM THERE  aijsoRE  m  SAY!!  DO   YOU   KNOW  WHO  I  AM 7  WELL. IF  YOU  DON'T, ASK SOMEBODY.  I'VE COME HERE TO STAY A FEW YEARS AND  TELL YOU WHERE TO BUY HARDWARE AND THINGS.  ILL DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT EACH WEEK. LOTS  OF MY YOUNG FRIENDS ARE GOING TO CUT ME OUT  OF THE PAPER EACH WEEK AND MAKE A SCRAP  BOOK.    YOU'LL  FIND  THIS  LOTS  OF  FUN.  DALGLEISH & HARDING  TEAMS FOR SALE  APPLY  Belgo - Canadian  Fruit   Lands Co.  We  Are  Busy  But Not Too Busy  to gjve you the Best  and Quickest service  in any matter involving  JOB PRINTING  Our plant is modern  and growing all the  time, and we can  well satisfy you and  all your printing  requirements  Office Stationery,  Advertising Booklets,  Posters & Handbills,  Programs & Tickets,  Company and  Legal Forms  ���PHONE 94  or call in at the office  Kelowna  Record  Printing Department  mssm  tsssmsssssmmix  - The Orchard City Record  Thursday January 80  THE STOKE OF PLENTY.  Why Hesitate?  When opportunities such as these  present  themselves  to save you money at no sacrifice of quality.  We want your business, and promise you  Courteous Service,  Reliable Goods,  and .  Lowest Prices.  Special Values for Saturday:  Choice Seeded Raisins, new stock,          4 pkgs. 30c:  Best Red Salmon, small size        2 tins 25c.  Choice Mixed Pickles, reg. 40c Saturday 30c.  Gold Dust, 10c. per package.  Domestic Sardines, in oil  3 tins 25c.  Old Brown Windsor Toilet Soap   8 cakes 25c.  Our Bargain Window is  an increasing attraction.  It pays to watch it, on account of the economies it offers.  Reduce your Cost of Living,  And Patronize  THE STORE OFPLENj  'Phone - 35  Our Chief Study- Your Satisfaction.  L-  FOR QUICK (SALE  $200 cash will handle one.third acre on  Haivey avenue.    Beat toil on townaite.  $500 caah will handle one'third acre  adjoining above with cottage containing  two bedrooms, parlor, living room, bath  room, pantry and outbuildinga; electric  light, city water and plumbing. Balance  na rent or to auit purchaaer.  $2,500 caah will handle large houae on  Glenn avenue, containing reception room,  parlor, dining room, large kitchen, 6 bed-  rooma with clothe! closet*, linen cloaet,  bath room, baaement full size of houae ;  ateam heated, electric light, telephone,  plumbing ; chicken home, woodshed, 2-  atall stable, garage with loft over and one  acre of land in bearing treea. Balance to  auit purchaaer.  . The furniture of above houae will be  for aale after March lat. Alao I galvanized  iron tank, 6-ft. by 7-ft ; I 1 -h.p. jack Junior gaaoline engine ; I model lOMcLaugh-  lin-Buick automobile; ! No. 9 cook atove.  $500 caah will handle A-acre in bearing  fruit treea. amall cottage and outbuildinga,  on Glenn avenue. Balance to auit purchaaer.   Apply to  E. NEWBY  GLENN AVENUE. Phone 76  20th Century Shoe  Repairing Shop  BERNARD  AVENUE  All Kinds of Boots and  Shoes Repaired Promptly  Ladiea' and   Gouts' Rubber   Heels  of the Beat Make,  DAVIES & MATHIE  Ladies' and  Gents' Tailors  PENDOZI STREET  Repairing and Pressing  promptly attended to.  Stock-Taking Clearance.  '   i i . B     '��� ' i        .... " ' ��� ii     j-JiiVi'i   i.   1   ,i'"   ji'g  All through the month of January as we proceed  taking of stock  our many counters  will  be stocked  of all  ODDS and ENDS  that must necessarily accumulate after a season's business  We have not as yet laid these goods on our tables, but, starting  Monday, January 6th,  For the whole month, you will  find  GOOD SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE  at prices that should appeal to the average person.  You may find such goods as  Ladies', Misses, and Children's Coats, Sweaters,  Odd Lines of Hosiery, Blouses, Skirts,  Knitted  Petticoats,  Boots and Shoes,  Remnants of Dress Goods, of Flannelettes,  Silks, Ribbons, Embroideries, Laces, Veilings,  Curtain Materials, Beltings, Blousings,  Art Serges, Cretonnes, etc., etc.  These goods will not be all put on aale at once, but every day through stock-taking  you may expect to see something different.  OUR MENS FURNISHINGS  Also will have a genuine clean-up, and, if you need a Shirt, a Hat, an Overcoat,  or anything on these bargain tables, you will surely make a five dollar bill go some.  OI IR    C A\   RMDAR^ for 1913 are not put up in suitable form  V/Uiv   \_a/Al_iCjlNL/rAr\iO       for   mailing without injury, and we  shall be glad if our patrons will call and get one.  THOMAS LAWSON, LIMITED  Phones :      Dry Goods, 314;    Office, 143.  DlffilDS PATRON  When   Christiana   Decided   tu   Merge  Bacchus   in u   St.   Martin   the  Keputatluu   ot  Former   Wait  Handed  On Xv   Uliu.  Wliui has come to be known as St.  Martin Summer consists ot a tew  lovely daya about the second week  ol November. We hear a great deal  about St. Luke's Summer; but St.  .Martin's Bummer and his name-day,  November 11th, suffer neglect ��� possibly because the saint vsas French  and not English.  Perhaps, too, the knowledge that  he Is the patron saint of drunkards  has not added to his regulation. That  office came to him by accident, The  reason how this doubtful honour was  thrust upon him after his death was  rather curious. The Vlnalla, or Feast  of Bacchus, was always i.'elri./ed on  November 11th, Later, when the  Christians decided to merge Bacchus  Into St. Martin, the reputation of the  former was unlcru rtiil.'ly handed on  to the saint, although uu.te unmerited  by htm.  Before his couverelou be was a  military tribune, stationed at Amiens.  When one day, so the story gees, in  midwinter, at the city gate of Amiens  i. miserable beegar appealed to him for  help, the soldier drew his sword and.  dividing his cloak, gave halt oT It to  tbe wretched beggar. At night, so It  is suld, Christ In person appeared to  the astonished soldier, clad In the  ttry cloak he bad dlvldi.nl with the  beggar a few hours before.  Another legend Is that the saint,  having been annoyed by the behaviour  of une of the geese in bis poultry-  viird, ordered It to be slain and served  Up for dinner, lie died Immediately  fitter partaking of it, and the anniversary luia ever since been observed  in France by the eating of gcose on  tlt.il day. November 11th. And even  uow, when Ibe sunny days of St.  .Martin's Summer come round, there  are but few French peuple who do  not give a passing tiiouyht to that  kindly saint who divided his cloak so  that a poor beggar mlghl be protected from the cold.  T  though ChiivlliiiiUtd the  Natives ut  Nigeria Are Alnnjs iu 1'ear uf  Ibe fetish Ju-Ju uud Offer  Sacrifices.  Life ou a trading station would not  .. uu everyone, as It is a very rjuiet  one. I am stationed ul a place about  au miles from the coust ou an Island  In the centre of a creek, entirely  Isolated, and It requires a very optimistic disposition lu keep cheerful  under some of the circumstances  which go lo make up tile life of a  trudiug stuiiou.  The native* ou Uris port of the coast  urts a fighting, semi-savage lot, and  llie white inau's safety la not at all  secure, as the na'.lves are nearly always having tr.bal differences, and  whatever slate of civilisation they  may have altulued during the term of  peaie Is entirely rorgotlcn, and they  rtiuni to their natural state of cannibalism.  When any person of Importance  die*, there Is what Is called a "play,"  in which all Ihe surrounding chiefs  lake part. They dress up In all the  fantastic and grotesque alUres conceivable, and dunce for Lour, ou end,  after which a great feast la prepared  and drinkables consumed to no small  extent. This may last tor a day or  twu. and perhaps a week, when tlie  next of kin takes possession of the  house-hold.  Ju-Julsm Is very much lu evidence  out here, and although Christianity  la preached lu every town, the native,  Irrespective of what he professes to  be, bus a superstitious nature, and  no amount of preaching can eradicate  bis fear of the fetish Ju-Ju, to which  be makes sacrifice* or fruit and flesh  of animals.  For Instance, a uative convert had  Just loaded his cauue w:tb merchandise, of which be had a large  an'Ouiit, when he came tutu oue of tha  store* where 1 wi,a aud stole a trifling  urticls. I t'haScU Mm to hit canoe,  tut be got ttiure first, and in my  anger 1 told him that lhe Ju-Ju would  get 1>I in. Coincidental though this  may loom, his i.uuie static Ju i\tt  uiMille of the creek, and needless lo  say he neier would tome back again  to our station, although he Mat a  native wltoh doctor uud some unlive.  dance round It, to drive away the  to L.illd a file mar Ihe r.ictory and  Ju-Ju,  ���I'lltST AMI'  Cauudhui Itullru.id Now Introducing  first An) I'I.k.c All Our  Us Nl -l, ni.  Of such value duel lit least one  railway coimlder Us "First Aid to the  Injured" work Unit it Is now extending Us sphere of nitlvltles In this  connection. Formerly the rullway's  "Flrsl Aid" work was largely confined In the uiiip!o)fcs ot lis operating  di'inirtriienls, hut now Ihe work Is  bc.ng extended lo all clauses of employees, classes Lllug formed among  the dr.rks and Office staffs. This ie  being done uot so much Tor the advantage of Ibe railway Itself, but  from a feidlug Which .those ul the  hr.nl of the railway have that everybody ehould lime at least a rudimentary knowledge uf "IFrst Aid".  Altogether on the C. I', it. systsm  there are uow about between 18(10 and  11000 men enroll, .J Ju the classes,  among the cities and towns In which  theae classes arc situated being,  Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary,  Vancouver, Victoria, liraiidon, Carle-  ton Place, Fori Wlllliini. I'ort Arthur,  Kenore, Nolsou, Ninth Bay. Ottawa,  Ontremout, Smith Fulls, St. John,  llavelock, Louden, Farniiam, McAdam  Junotlon, Wlndeor, (lorlerich, PYirt  Berry. Chaplenu, 8crlber, White  Itlver, Wcbbwool. Snult Hie Marie,  Sudbury and Blur; Inlnl. Altogether  there are over luo clusse., Montreal  city blading the 11*1 v ith ten clinics.  'If'"'  Honey  Clean,  Pure,  Wholesome,  Crystalized  Honey  1 WANTED!)  2 C ents per word, rirat insertion and  1 Cant per word each subsequent  insertion, minimum 25 ents.  posts For sale  Fir, cedar aiid tamarac posts. Price  (delivered) quoted on application. Apply  Bouvette et Meuser, P.O. Box 448.       2-9  FIR WOOD FOR SALE  Alao Cottonwood.    Delivered.   Apply  Bouvette & Brown, Box 448. 43tf  DRY WOOD FOR SALE  Apply F. A. Taylor or   Lynn Harvey,  R.L.O. Bench. Stf  LOST  Mooly heifer, 2 year, all dark brindle, no  white, faint brand IA right hip.  $5 reward  Record Office or C. H. Leathley, Rutland.  Good,  Appetising,  Healthful,  Ontario  Honey  Do You Like It?  It is good for y<ju���  good (or everybody;  full of nourishment;  good to heal colda;  prevents coughing,  and is one of  Nature's Oldest  Foods  HAY FOR SALE  Clover, $15 ton. Record Office or C.  H.  Leathle., Rutland.  BALED HAY  Second crop, delivered  anywhere  in  tbe  Valley, $24 per ton.   Apply  M. Hereron,  Kelowna. 6tf  FOR SALE  Set of single driving Harness  in   good  condition;   alao pair  of  chaps.     Apply  Harold DeHart, McKeniie's store.        7if  WANTED  Four  brood  Sows.    Give  description,  price, otc, to  M. W. Russell, Glenmore  Ranch. 10-2  CORD WOOD AND FENCE POSTS  Thoroughly dry nr. $2.50 rick, delivered ;   alao fir fence posts.    Apply Cather.  'phone B4. lOtf  FOR SALE  Nice  green  oat straw.   Baled.   Apply  S. T. Elliott. lOtf  FOR SERVICE  Thoroughbred Holstein Bull, at Hamas'  Hawkesdale Ranch.   Apply  E.   Marvin,  Manager. 10t[  FOR SALE  Good cooking Apples ; 75c. box. Apply  HI B. Burtch. lOtf  FOR SALE  Gentle, good working, general purpose  Horse ; 7-year-rld ;  about 1,100 Iba.     T.  Duggan, Kelowna. lOtf  SCOTCH COUPLE  Want work on ranch, wife to cook.  Box G, Record Office.  Apply  9-2p  FOR SALE or EXCHANGE  Ten Buff Orpington cockerels (Cook strain)  Ordera taken now for sittings.   Apply F.  DeCaquery. 9-2  WANTED  To purchase, yearling White Leghorn hens  F. DeCaquery. 9-2  WANTED  Ten cords white poplar, green, delivered  Bernard Avenue.   Apply R. Storey, Kelowna. 9-1 lp  FOR SALE  Cottonwood, $2.25 per rick, delivered in  town.   Please mail your order to P.O. box  347.   Dr. P. de Pfyffer, Mission Ranch.  9-10  | WANTED  I One large, one small incubator.  I C. H. Leathley, Rutland.  Address  We have a quantity  of thia Honey in Five-  pound tina and we  would be glad to  open a tin for your  inspection  Five-pound tins  $1.25  The McKenzie Co.   Limited   Kelownn Hoapital Society  Tenders aro invited for the following  eupplies for the hospital���meats, groceries,  milk, drugs, 100 ricks dry cotton wood (16-  inch). Tenders to be in hende of secretary not later than February 4th.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  C, A. FISHER.  Secretary.  Okanagan  Valley  Nursery  Our trees are vigorous,  well rooted, and true to  name. We have selected  our scions and buds from  the best bearing treea in  this valley, from the orchards that grow the prize  fruit, that got the highest  prises at the greatest apple  shows in the world.  We want you to know about  our extra quality one-year-  old trees on two-year-old  roots. We have had 25  years' experience in the  nursery business and know  how.  Come and see our stock.  Okanagan Valley Nursery  KELOWNA, B.C.  J. C. STOCKWELL - Mabgr.


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